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Focusing on a Mandala is a simple, effective way of quieting thoughts and clearing your mind. Sit quietly at a table with a mandala propped up about two feet in front of you.

For you to leave your human body through the psychosomatic (astral body), regardless of the kind of take off, it is best to blank your mind and not concentrate on anything. Moreover, dynamic concentration aids the predominance of activity from the right side of the brain, which predisposes the consciousness to fantasies, interfering with the purity and quality of your extra physical perceptions, attracting oneiric interference after you leave your body.

Focusing. When your eyes lose their capacity to focus directly and correctly, your subconscious or your unconscious will is activated impelling your psychosomatic to detach itself from the human body, taking with it the consciousness attached to the Para brain.


There are several types of biofeedback:

Skin resistance biofeedback (GSR Galvanic Skin Response) is a measure of how relaxed you are, which changes based on your overall mood and emotions.

A sensor is placed on your hand, you hear a tone that increases in pitch when your emotions or mood becomes more tense, and decreases when you are relaxing.

Muscle tension biofeedback measures how tight a particular muscle is. Relaxing your forehead can help reduce headaches, release jaw tension, and upper shoulder tightness. You wear a pair of headphones with a band containing sensors that goes across your forehead. When the muscles in your forehead let go, then the tone that you are listening to decreases.

Brainwave biofeedback measures the quality of your brainwaves. Improving the quality of your brainwaves helps people with learning and concentration, reduce mental clutter, reach deeper states of relaxation faster, and to improve the quality of sleep.

Two electrodes are placed on your scalp. Using a computer interface, you can see your brainwaves on the screen, which appear as wavy lines, much like ocean waves. When the waves are close together, it means that you are alert. When they are further apart (slower), that means you are relaxing into deeper states of alpha, or creative visualization (theta).

When you see irregular waves, the quality of that particular brainwave state is not very good. When the waves become smooth and regular, you are able to sustain focus within that particular brainwave state.

Heart Rate Variability biofeedback measures how your heart responds to emotional, mental, and physical stresses, and its ability to bounce back to a relaxed and better functioning state. It helps for general relaxation, and cardio vascular distress.

You wear a finger sensor, and a computer interface allows you to see your heart rhythms on the screen, which appear like ocean waves, or lines that move up and down. Irregular, ever-changing waves mean that things easily upset you, whereas smooth waves mean that you are able to stay calm in stressful situations.

Skin temperature biofeedback measures the amount of blood flow beneath the skin. The warmer the temperature, the greater the degree of relaxation in that area which improves circulation for healing.

You place the electrode wherever you want to increase blood flow, such as on your hand. A digital thermometer then tells you if that area is getting warmer, which means there is more blood flowing through that area of your body.

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